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Yours Truly Henry Wilson
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Yours Truly Henry Wilson - CDV portrays a young soldier named Henry H. Wilson, but which Henry H. Wilson? In the image, Wilson stands in front of a plain backdrop and beside column. He wears wool pants and a shell jacket with his hand tucked into the jacket. Front of card has a period ink signature reading "Yours Truly Henry H. Wilson,” and there is no backmark.

According to the Civil War database there are four different possibilities regarding the identity of this particular Henry.

The first option is 22 years old with no residence listed.
Enlisted on 7/22/1862 at De Peyster, NY as a Corporal.
On 8/27/1862 he mustered into "C: Co. NY 106th Infantry. He died on 1/20/1864 at New York, NY.”

A second option is Henry H. Wilson with no residence listed; Enlisted on 7/14/1864 at Camden, NY as a Corporal. On 7/14/1864 he mustered into "A” Co. NJ 1st Militia Infantry. He was Mustered Out on 8/15/1864 at Camden, NJ.

A third possibility is Wilson from Owen County, IN who
enlisted on 7/29/1861 as a Corporal. On 7/29/1861 he
mustered into "I” Co. In 19th Infantry and died on 9/11/1861.

A final possibility is Henry H. Wilson of Bucks County,
PA who enlisted on 8/14/1862 as a Corporal. On 8/14/1862 he mustered into "C” Co. PA 128th Infantry. He was Mustered Out on 5/19/1863 at Harrisburg, PA. He was listed as POW 5/2/1863 Chancellorsville, VA.

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